The Miami Marlins selected first baseman Josh Naylor with their twelfth pick in the first round of the MLB Draft. Naylor is a seventeen year old high school prospect from Ontario, Canada. Naylor needs a lot more work on his game, but he was considered to be one of the top power hitters in the draft.
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Naylor was a projected first round pick and gives the Marlins some first base depth.
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